Quiz 3 Part 1
Color aid: Big Brown Rabbits Often Yield Great Big Vocal Groans When Gingerly Slapped
One of the most important operations in practical electricity is to control the flow of electrons, so they
will do the work we want them to. One electrical
Basic Electricity Questions
1. (8001) The working voltage of a capacitor in an ac circuit should be
~ The working voltage of a capacitor is the highest voltage that can be steadily applied to it
without the danger of the dielectric breaking down. The work
An Introduction to Electricity
1. An atom is made up of a nucleus that contains positive charges called Protons and neutral
charges called neutrons.
2. Surrounding the nucleus and spinning in a series of rings, or shells, are negative electrical
Module 8 Quiz Part 1
Explain how an ammeter installed in an aircraft cockpit, can measure the current flowing from the
generator without routing the high-current cables through the cockpit.
Module 7 Quiz Part 1
1) How many volts does thefar-lefGill lead-acid aircraft battery have?
2)What is used toneutralizespilled electrolyte from a lead-acid battery?
3)Describehow highshould the electrolyte level be, in aproperly servicedlead-acid battery?
Module 6 Quiz Part 2
What type of gate has a high signal on its output when one, and only one of the inputs is high, but the
output goes low when any of the other inputs goes high?
EXCLUSIVE OR gate
Quiz 4 Part 2
A thermal switch, or thermal protector, as used in an electric motor, is designed to
is called induction.
Fuses and circuit breakers are rated in
1. single pole, single-throw
Module 4 Quiz 1
Is a SPST ( single-pole-, single-throw) switch is used to control only one circuit, and has only one
condition, ON and OFF. When the arm of the switch joins the two dots, the switch is closed, or ON, and
when it is in the position like the
Quiz 2 part 2
A 24-volt source is required to furnish 48 watts to a parallel circuit consisting of two resistors of equal
value. What is the value of each resistor? (Note: R(t) = E^2/P)
Quiz 1 AMNT260
Electricity from Heat
Heat used to produce electricity creates the thermoelectric effect. In other words, thermoelectric
generators take a temperature difference and turn it into electrical power. When a device called a